New pop-rock diva Porcelain Black is already making quite a statement with her shocking two-toned hair and her electric new single "This Is What Rock N Roll Looks Like" with Lil' Wayne (the video has garnered 3 million views! Check it out here).
So I decided she'd be the perfect person to reach out to and get a perfect playlist for upcoming summer pool parties. Not surprised at all that she had some wildly eclectic choices, from AC/DC to Britney Spears!
Check out her hot picks below and her stories behind the selections:
Eminem -- "White Trash Party"
"Because there's nothing like lawn chairs, bbq, and a case of PBR! You can take the girl out of Detroit but not the Detroit out of the girl."
Britney Spears -- "Until The World Ends"
"This song gets the party popping! I just want to dance when I hear it, and it never leads my iPod. I live for Britney Spears."
The Doors -- "Alabama Song"
"Jim Morrison has the best voice ever. This is my whiskey summer drinking theme song. It's a great classic rock song and jukebox regular."
AC/DC -- "Thunderstruck"
"This reminds me of my dad and his hair salon Beaton Colors. He was a rock n roll guy, and we shared a passion for music, especially rock."
Janet Jackson -- "If I Was Your Lover"
"Janet is the entire package. She can sing, dance, is great on stage and commands your attention. I love everything she does and this song is an easy, breezy fun song. Everyone loves a little Janet Jackson."
Nine Inch Nails -- "Closer"
"Perfect for a summer rainstorm. It is dark, edgy and totally sexy."
Marilyn Manson -- "Dope Show"
"People say that if Marilyn Manson and Britney Spears had a daughter it would be me.... I like that."
Divinyls -- "I Touch Myself"
"Everyone knows the words to this song. Just a brilliant pop song that makes me want to dance, and it's great for karaoke and being silly with your friends in the car."
Rick Ross & Lil' Wayne -- "Veterans Day"
"I just got off tour with Lil' Wayne and he is on my single. He is so amazing, and Rick is just sexy!"
Travis Porter -- "Make It Rain"
"I just DJ'd at Pete Wentz's bar, Angels & Kings, and played this song three or four times. Whenever it came on, everyone was singing to it. The lyrics make you want to bounce up and down, and it's just kind of a funny, cool song to jam to."